I took a look around the ground for you last night and instead of happy cheering faces all I saw was apathy and misery. Blank faces, angry faces, bewilderment. And seats. Lots of empty seats.
Bradford City’s dismal 2018 shows no sign of getting better, and it could be crucial when it comes to the January transfer window.
By Katie Whyatt Midway through the first half against Bristol Rovers, Bradford City defender Ryan McGowan had decided enough was quite enough. This probably wasn’t the dream he was sold when he moved halfway around the world, leaping from Australia… Read More ›
Edin Rahic’s apology should be precursor for further change if Bradford City are to move back from the brink
Edin Rahic’s second full calendar year at the helm has been defined by a litany of ill-advised decisions, but appointing David Hopkin could provide the positive leadership Bradford City need.
Bradford City fans have a right to feel hurt by the club’s leadership, and now it must be expressed constructively
There are very serious, and very legitimate, reasons to be concerned about the future of the club. And that should guide our course of action.
Michael Collins departs Bradford City after just seven games, his dismissal further exposing a network of failings as David Hopkin takes charge.
The news that Stuart McCall has become the new Scunthorpe United manager couldn’t have come at a worse time – and means City have some reflecting to do on where they are now.
Bradford City have made a difficult start to the 2018/19 season, prompting even more questions of the owners and the strategy of the club.
Saturday’s home defeat to Barnsley saw the new season’s tactical approach struggle to impress against high calibre opposition.
A revamped Bradford City – on and off the field – are now fully intergrated in Edin Rahic’s strategy. It’s time to find out if it can be successful.